A Guide to Private Cloud Security

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With private cloud, IT can achieve virtually all the key benefits of the public cloud—such as resource pooling, self-service provisioning and elastic scalability—while asserting greater control over security, protection and compliance. Download this e-book to learn more.

BlackBerry’s new lab wants to add more machine learning to security

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The company said its BlackBerry Labs will include a team of over 120 software developers, architects, researchers, product leads and security experts.

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Appvance Extends AI Test Generation to Native Mobile Apps

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Native Mobile AI test generation is now part of the Appvance IQ (AIQ) platform that … AIQ is available to enterprise-class customers through an exclusive …

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Leonardo eyes partnerships in cyber security expansion – CEO

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Italian defence group Leonardo (LDOF.MI) is seeking partnerships with hi-tech companies in the cyber security sector, Chief Executive …

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Synology Previews DiskStation Manager 7.0 OS For Enterprise and Home NAS Solutions

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2020 also marks the company’s 20th anniversary and with that, it’s new overhauled OS for both enterprise and home NAS (Network Attached Storage) solutions …

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A Guide to RASP

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Before RASP entered the security market, the industry’s offerings provided protections on the network layer and on the host, but lacked active protection at the application layer. With the exception of a WAF, there were no production environment protections to provide controls at runtime. And with 30+ technologies and growing, the application security space isn’t

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Cyber Security and Compliance Guide for Financial Services

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The financial services industry is a high-value target for cyber criminals, and securing sensitive data, such as customer transactions, account information, private personal data, is a significant challenge. In addition, online banking applications, multi-channel customer services are critical for revenue growth. Yet they also expand the attack surface, giving cyber criminals additional avenues to steal

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Best Practices in Buying Down Risk

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Traditional approaches fall short when attempting to buy down risk in an ever-changing environment. Conflicting requirements of speed, convenience and security battle with one another as organizations seek to embrace digital transformation. This whitepaper focuses on defense-in-depth, a framework that is at the heart of buying down risk. It shows how multiple layers of defense,

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Application Security in an Open Source World

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Open-source and third-party software offer tremendous benefits and thus are pervasive across enterprise applications. However, this code also carries vulnerabilities and risk. Imperva offers the industry’s leading Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) solution, protecting critical applications that use open source and third-party software against known and zero-day attacks, in minutes, without changing a line of code.

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Five Steps to Mitigating Data Breach Risks

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Traditional security approaches, such as perimeter-based and role-based security, tend to lockdown everything by default, which limits legitimate data usage and frustrates business users. Above all, they cannot stop data breaches. Businesses need to embrace risk assessment approach and security must become data-centric. This whitepaper provides a security framework to help you mitigate data breach

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The Road to Compliance: Steps for Securing Data to Comply with the GDPR

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Financial institutions are well-versed in privacy, data compliance, and the oversight mandated by the sector’s regulators. As a result, they have navigated the GDPR waters more skillfully than other industries. However, regulatory compliance becomes more challenging for financial institutions as they strengthen their overall security posture at the same time. The “Steps for Securing Data

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